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  • Iber V3. 6. Módulo de transporte de sedimento de fondo para mezclas 

    Bladé i Castellet, Ernest (2021)
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    En este apartado se presenta el módulo de transporte de fondo para material no uniforme, es decir, cuando el sedimento transportado por un río no puede caracterizarse por un único diámetro. Es un hecho que un río que es ...
  • Iber V3. Módulo de drenaje urbano 

    Bladé i Castellet, Ernest (2021)
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    El flujo de agua en zona urbana presenta una complejidad considerable respecto el flujo en zona no urbano. En primer lugar, el agua puede circular por la superficie (sistema de drenaje mayor) y/o por la red de colectores, ...
  • Pipe life prognosis in water distribution networks using reliable data-based approaches 

    Henry González, David; Sun, Congcong; Vendrell Gallart, Joan; Puig Cayuela, Vicenç; Bonet Gil, Enrique (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), 2021)
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    The assessment and prognosis of pipe life in water distribution networks has great potential in optimizing asset investment and protecting water resources. In the state-of-the-art, most of the research work about pipe life ...
  • Reconstructing the Aznalcóllar mine accident 20 year later: numerical modelling of the flood 

    Sanz Ramos, Marcos; Bladé i Castellet, Ernest; Dolz Ripollès, Josep (CRC Press, 2020)
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    The Aznalcóllar mine-pond break is the most catastrophic mining accident regis-tered in the Iberian Peninsula (April 1998), and caused a tailings spill that affected around 45 km of the Agrio and Guadiamar Rivers. The flood ...
  • STOP-IT: strategic, tactical, operational protection of water infrastructure against cyberphysical threats 

    Ugarelli, Rita; Koti, Juliane; Bonet Gil, Enrique (EasyChair Publications, 2018)
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    Water supply and sanitation infrastructures are essential for our welfare, but vulnerable to several attack types facilitated by the ever-changing landscapes of the digital world. A cyber-attack on critical infrastructures ...
  • Simulating the hydrodynamics of sewer-grates using a 2D-hydraulic model 

    Sanz Ramos, Marcos; Tellez Alvarez, Jackson David; Bladé i Castellet, Ernest; Gómez Valentín, Manuel (Société Hydrotechnique de France (SHF), 2019)
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    Sewer inlets are one of the most important elements for avoiding floods in urban areas, capturing runoff and introducing into the sewer system. Traditionally the inlets have been designed by resistance criteria, without ...
  • New tools to assess the Suitability Physical Habitat (SPH) and the Weighted Usable Area (WUA) for fishes 

    Bladé i Castellet, Ernest; Sanz Ramos, Marcos; Vericat Querol, Damià; Palau Ibars, Antoni (Société Hydrotechnique de France (SHF), 2019)
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    The assessment of the Suitability of Physical Habitat (SPH) and the Weighted Usable Area (WUA) for fishes has been traditionally performed by means of simple habitat models based on experimental campaigns. In parallel with ...
  • Ocean classification of dynamical structures detected by SAR and spectral methods 

    Redondo Apraiz, José Manuel; Martínez Benjamín, Juan José; Tellez Alvarez, Jackson David; Jorge Sánchez, Juan; Díez Rilova, Margarita; Sekula, Emil (European Space Agency (ESA), 2016)
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    We discuss a taxonomy of different dynamical featuresin the ocean surface and provide some eddy and frontstatistics, as well as describing some events detected byseveral satellites and even with additional cruise observationsand ...
  • Application of Iber hydraulic simulation model for assessing physical habitat suitability (WUA) for fish 

    Sanz Ramos, Marcos; Bladé i Castellet, Ernest; Alcázar, Javier; Palau, Antonio (2018)
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    Iber is a two-dimensional numerical model for simulating unsteady flows and environmental processes in river hydraulics. A new module on physical habitat suitability has been incorporated to the Iber model. This study shows ...
  • Turbulence behind 3D multi-scale sparse grids 

    Usama, Syed; Tellez Alvarez, Jackson David; Kopec, Jasek; Kwiatkowski, Kamil; Redondo Apraiz, José Manuel; Malik, Nadeem (Institute of Physics (IOP), 2018)
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    A fundamentally new idea in grid generated turbulence is the 3D Sparse Grid (3DS) concept [N. A. Malik. Sparse 3D Multi-Scale Grid Turbulence Generator. US Patent No. US 9,599,269 B2 (2017)] which reduces the effective ...
  • Natural drainage basins as fundamental units for mine closure planning: Aurora and Pastor I quarries 

    Martín-Moreno, Cristina; Tejedor, María; Martín, José; Nicolau, José; Bladé i Castellet, Ernest; Nyssen, Sara; de Lys, Alejandro; Cermeño-Martín, Ivon; Gómez, José (2018)
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    The vast majority of the Earth’s ice-free land surface has been shaped by fluvial and related slope geomorphic processes. Drainage basins are consequently the most common land surface organization units. Mining operations ...
  • Multifractal analysis of turbulent wakes for model wind turbines using large eddy simulation 

    Tellez Alvarez, Jackson David; Kryuchkova, Arina; Strijhak, Sergei; Redondo Apraiz, José Manuel (2018)
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    Over the last years it has become evident that one of the greatest problems during wind turbine operations is related to intermittency between turbulent flow and the blades. An adjacent problem consists in coupling and ...

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